Caesar Chicken Sandwich Recipe with Argentina Corned Chicken

I remember when I was still living with my mom, palaging merong mga naka ready na spreads sa ref namin para pag nagutom, me madudukot! Isa sa mga favorite ko yung chicken spread na binabaon ko din sa school. It actually takes a lot of time kasi niluluto pa yung chicken breast and then shred pa ito. Buti na lang there’s Argentina Corned Chicken na ngayon. It is made from 100% chicken breast and it is ready-to-use and very flavorful. No need na to boil and shred chicken, kasi ready na ready na ito agad na isahog. It totally lessened the time we spend for food prep.

I thought of tweaking it a bit but giving it more flavor, sharing with you my Chicken Caesar Sandwich recipe!


1 150g Argentina Corned Chicken
1 cup creamy Caesar dressing ( I used Clara Ole Dip n’ Dressing)
1 cup Parmesan cheese, split in half
1/4 cup fresh parsley, washed and finaly chopped
A pinch of red pepper flakes, ground black pepper and salt
Romain lettuce leaves, washed and patted dry
Burger Bun or any bread available


1. Put a can of Argentina Corned Chicken in a bowl.
2. Add Caesar dressing, half of the Parmesan cheese, parsley, pepper flakes, salt and pepper.
3. Stir everything to evenly combine and cook for 30 minutes. Stir at least twice.
4. Cut your bun in half, and top it with lettuce.
5. Spread your Caesar Chicken spread evenly and sprinkle some more cheese before topping it up with the top buns.

Annnnd serve! That’s how easy it is! Easy merienda that your family will enjoy! Can you share some easy to cook recipes that you use with Argentina Corned Chicken that I can cook for my family?




  1. Moms are the best, especially for good food and recipes. Your version with a twist is interesting too and ingredients can be easily bought. I Will try this recipe with my nieces then I will make my Nanay have a taste of it too. Let’s see what’s their verdict.


  2. This is something I’d make for my little boy; he loves to eat just about anything! Thank you for sharing this!


  3. Wow now I have craving for pandesal with this palaman. My Mom used to prepared this for us for our school baon.


  4. To be honest, hindi ko alam na may ganyang variant ang argentina. haha. I only know the corned beef. I miss pandesal plus coffee kind of breakfast!


  5. I love simple meryenda like this! Nagutom ako bigla! Hahaha! Good thing there’s corned chicken for days na mahirap magshred ng actual chicken. 😅


  6. Looking for other canned goods that can be alternatives for meat and vegetables and finally I stumbled upon this article. Looks yum. Yung recipe madali lang din gawin.
    Thanks for sharing! Maybe it can go well with pasta too, right?


  7. Na-influence mo talaga ako mumsh, nasa grocery list ko na yan para di naman puro corned tuna at corned beef ang laman ng pantry namin. ❤️


  8. Whoa! This is my first time seeing a corned chicken variant from Argentina. I’m trying to maintain a healthy diet kase kaya as much as possible sa mga canned goods, I only eat tuna pero this is another great alternative option sa mga canned goods to stay healthy.


  9. Argentina Corned Chicken? Wait… What? First time ko makita to and honestly, I want to try it out. I’m almost always hungry specially at night, perfect pang midnight snack! Recipe looks easy to follow too!


  10. ay, mamshie… I did tell you this maybe in your blog or vlog: napabili ako ng Argentina corned beef dahil sa post mo. and it’s not cheap here in Korea, ha. the seller had to source it from Pinas pa kasi.


  11. Wow! I didn’t know na meron palang corned chicken ang Argentina! I’m a big fan of chicken sandwiches so I might try your recipe 🙂


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